- Category: Hardware News
- Published: Thursday, 02 April 2009 14:43
"Carlsbad, Calif. – April 1, 2009 – Razer™, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end gaming and lifestyle peripherals and Valve®, creators of best-selling game franchises and leading technologies, today announced an unprecedented partnership to usher the first person shooter (FPS) genre to the next stage of radical gaming evolution.
The debut title – “HellRazer”, will be a co-op squad based tactical FPS game that will be distributed through the Steam network. Legendary game developer Gabe Newell will lead software development, while Razer will dedicate its time to design and create an intuitive game controller in its new research laboratories in Singapore. The new peripheral is slated to be the first true 1:1 motion sensing and gesture recognition controller."
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"Hong Kong 2nd April, 2009 - Inno3D are excited to launch the powered up Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 build ready for CUDA technology that delivers extra gaming performance. With full GPU-acceleration for NVIDIA PhysX technology, Inno3D GeForce GTX 275 will change your gaming experience by bringing dynamic forces of nature and massively destructive environments to all the latest games." CLICK HERE for more information!
"Because of the various factors working against desktop graphics, I'd say that now is the time for manufacturers to stop building a bigger mousetrap, and instead build it better. That's what Palit does, and their approach to discreet graphics products usually follows the rule of function before fashion. In this case, it's function and realistic performance needs before fashion and marketing hype. Sure, NVIDIA would lover for you to believe that SLI is necessary to play the newest video games, but oddly enough the nearly all new games still work fairly well with a single three-generation old video card. So where's the sweet spot? Benchmark Reviews tests the Palit GeForce GTX 260 Sonic 216SP model NE3X262SFT394-PM8026 video card to see just how much money you need to spend to enjoy fast frame rates at high resolution." CLICK HERE to read more from Benchmark Reviews!